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SafeOnline School-based Internet Safety

Internet Safety for Schools

Our School Internet Safety presentations and workshops are designed to offer you, your Parent Advisory Committee and your school (or group) flexibility in setting, activities and audience size, while continuing to offer our engaging research-based content. Learn more about our School Internet Safety Program…


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SafeOnline Professional Workshops & Presentations

Professional Development

SafeOnline’s Professional Development Workshops deliver practical, relevant and up-to-date internet safety information to educators and social service organizations. Our consultations are tailored to your organization’s needs to develop policy and enhance outreach programs. Learn more about our Professional Development Program…

Our Clients’ Say

“Last night’s PAC meeting included a presentation by a speaker from SafeOnline on online safety. The speaker was fantastic, the parents were engaged, and, frankly, slightly frightened, and the topic was current, current, current!”
Lord Tennyson Elementary School

“SafeOnline has been a valuable collaborator to MediaSmarts for many years through its involvement in Media Literacy Week, a national week dedicated to promoting digital and media literacy as key components in the education of young people and to encouraging the implementation and practice of media education in Canadian homes, schools and communities. We commend the work that SafeOnline does for communities in BC and we hope that you will consider their application and assist them in continuing to do such great work.”
Jane Tallim, Co-Executive Director

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Safe Online Education Associates

Lovely song from the girls of the Adams Lake Band. ❤️

N'we Jinan
"Worthy" is an original music video created by 9 young girls in Adams Lake Indian Band, British Columbia. It tackles the toughest issues that youth are facing today: suicide, depression & anxiety. This one digs deep and the girls are standing strong together with a message of hope to those struggling. ENJOY & SHARE <3

Canadian Senate Committee on Human Rights, 2012 ~ Cyberbullying Hurts

Recommendation #2 : The Committee recommends that the promotion of human rights education and digital citizenship be a key component of any coordinated strategy to address cyberbullying developed in partnership by the federal, provincial and territorial governments.